The worst thing about GTA IV was the radio soundtrack. watch
- 30-03-2013 18:27
- 02-04-2013 02:04
I don't completely agree but sadly it is quite true. The radio stations in IV (as well as SA, which in general is quite overrated IMO, but nevermind) were not nearly as good as the ones in VC, that's why I often listened to my own mp3's on Independence.
My favourite radio stations are V-Rock and Flash FM. In IV: LCHC and Liberty Rock Radio.
- 02-04-2013 09:30
- 04-04-2013 18:30
FLASH FM <3
- 04-04-2013 18:49
I used to play GTA San Andreas on the PC a lot, and you could have your own tunes playing in the car, just like having a CD player in the car (I think it was called 'User Track Player'). Was one of the best things about San Andreas especially when you could modify the game to drive cars like a Lamborghini, Rolls Royce Phantom, BMW M3, Audi Q7, Range Rover Sport, right down to a Mini or a Pizza Hut delivery scooter. It just made the game so much better with the music blazing on your 5.1 surround system while you were doing drivebys in the streets of San Andreas, doing missions, and playing multiplayer online. For me, this was the sh** back when I was younger and for many others.
Here's an example of the cars: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=FFUGaytUWAU The videos on Youtube don't do the mods justice.
I'm not sure about console versions of GTA IV, but the PC version has the custom user music player named as 'Independence FM'. Just copy all your files to the right folder, and tune into that radio station and you'll have all your favourite tracks playing loud and clear. It makes the game more 'realistic'.Last edited by Hustler-1337; 04-04-2013 at 18:50.
- 04-04-2013 18:50
I liked this tracks
(Original post by Miracle Day)
- 15-06-2013 01:06
I've yet to play GTA 5 but I do agree that the radio is a big part of the franchise. I always used to listen to the songs and the commentary, sometimes if I had to do it I'd wait until a song finished before I got out of the car.
Are there any recent songs on GTA5 out of curiousity?
What year is this one set in? Music has disintegrated over time so that's probably why.